Posted on April 12, 2015 by Christopher Thrall

On April 13, nearly 100 students presented their work in seminars, posters, artistic works, and performance.

On Monday, April 13, Augustana Campus hosted the Spring 2015 Student Academic Conference. Nearly 100 students presented their work in seminars, posters, artistic works, and performance.

Since 1994, Augustana has organized a symposium at the end of each term in which undergraduate students conducting independent work for credit can present their research findings.  Classes that have conducted CSL projects are able to present their community work in this context as well.

The range of presentations went from Adam McKenzie’s new racism in the NHL and Sarah Brown’s expression analysis in two-year-olds to Conner Krammer’s segregation in urban settings and Nathan Milley’s look at emotional superiority’s impact on implicit memory, plus art displays, musical compositions and a one-man show.

Here are a few of the photos of Augustana’s celebration of undergraduate research!


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